Pulpit Rock lookout
If you've got a head for heights, you'll get a thrill at Pulpit Rock lookout near Blackheath, in Blue Mountains National Park. This multi-tiered lookout juts out on a dramatic blade of rock perched high above the magnificent Grose Valley.
Unpack the picnic basket and enjoy a remote lunch on this isolated pinnacle, far from the popular tourist spots. There are several lookouts that offer ever-changing views across the vast Grose Valley and across to Govetts Leap. From your prime position you'll have an almost 360˚ panorama across the dramatic cliff lines to Mount Banks and distant mountains.
The lookout is a great pit stop on a mountain biking tour or scenic drive along Hat Hill Road. It's also a starting point for the clifftop Pulpit walking track to Govetts Leap lookout.
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